change, that it was going to be united and bipartisan, so, he's making two arguments, one, if i win and a mandate that maybe the republicans will listen this time and obviously, it's not miss fault got to be the republicans fault. secondly, if they won't. i won't say gridlock four more years, but do it administratively. he's got a find a way of giving democrats, rather, something to hang their hat on. but it's a different version of hope and change, than we heard four years ago and let me quickly say, governor, i think that's the hardest task that this president has. that last convention, when you were for or against, it was magical and i remember when he gave his successive speech, with the greek columns in denver four years ago, it was a magical and exciting moment. i think it's part of standard, president obama this week in charlotte, is not going to be measuring up to tampa last week. it will be measuring up to obama four years ago.